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  1. FILE PHOTO: Bottles of the Taittinger Champagne are seen at the Central Universal Department Store

    Champagne sales sink in a world with little to celebrate

    Global champagne sales are forecast to slump by a third, or 100 million bottles, this year as the coronavirus crisis shuts bars and restaurants ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: Bottles of red wine are seen in the cellar of Chateau Le Puy in Saint Cibard

    US Champagne drinkers should expect costs to pop with new tariffs

    Lovers of Champagne and other French sparkling wines should brace for big cost increases if the United States makes good on a threat to impose ...
  3. Tan Min-Li

    The Singapore lawyer with 1,000 bottles of champagne in her collection

    Growing up watching her mother host extravagant parties, and indulging in a little sip of champagne every Christmas, was how corporate finance ...
  4. Private wine and spirits clubs are on the rise in Singapore

    All about access: In Singapore, private wine and spirits clubs are on the rise

    Despite the closure of wine subscription club The French Cellar in May, new players like Diageo Private Client, Emperor Champagne and 67 Pall Mall ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: An employee serves a glass of Champagne during the traditional wine harvest at the Cham

    US vows 100per cent tariffs on French Champagne, cheese, handbags over digital tax

    The U.S. government on Monday said it may slap punitive duties of up to 100per cent on US$2.4 billion in imports of French Champagne, handbags, ...
  6. Taittinger Comtes de Champagne

    Which wine is light enough to let you rest well during a long-haul flight?

    For Singapore Airlines’ long-serving wine consultants, Taittinger’s Comtes de Champagne – which is now being served in First Class – gets top billing.
  7. Krug Grande Cuvee

    What it takes to assemble a flagship from the King of Champagnes

    The 166th edition of the Krug Grande Cuvee is a blend of 140 wines from 13 different years, with the oldest being a 1996, and the youngest, a 2010.
  8. Krug Grande Cuvee champagne

    ‘Japanese’ bak kut teh paired with champagne? The result might surprise you

    Challenged to pair a peppery dish with Krug’s Grande Cuvee champagne, chef Kenjiro Hashida whipped up a unique take on the classic Singaporean broth.
  9. DFS Changi Shutterstock

    Travel hack revealed: The best-kept secret at DFS Singapore Changi Airport

    Once reserved only for travellers, tax- and duty-absorbed wines, champagnes and sakes are now available online at for one and ...
  10. Louis Roederer CRISTAL 2008

    Celebrating an occasion? Here’s why you should pop a bottle of Cristal 2008

    Champagne maker Louis Roederer's move towards organic and biodynamic winemaking and longer ageing in the cellar has made the bubbly a real treat.